"I began a search for a university that met three criteria: 1) an accredited school, 2) a school with a flexible degree program to work around my schedule, and 3) a military friendly school with guidelines in place to handle military students. I found all that with Upper Iowa University."
The Upper Iowa Center at Fort Sill, OK, offers classes on post to both military personnel and family members as well as civilians in the area. Opening on September 1, 2010, UIU offers two associate programs and a bachelor’s of science degree in five majors. Courses can also be blended with UIU distance learning programs (online and self-paced) to complete twelve other majors. UIU offers courses on post during six eight-week terms during the academic year. All courses are offered during the evenings. Upper Iowa has been recognized by Military Advanced Educationand by GI Jobs as one of the nation’s top military-friendly universities.
Upper Iowa University, founded in 1857, has been providing quality, regionally accredited degree programs for more than 150 years. Thousands of members of the U.S. armed services have earned degrees through UIU. UIU at Fort Sill can help you advance your education without putting life on hold. Flexible course schedules and short, eight-week terms make it possible to gain new skills and create new opportunities.
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Location UIU Fort Sill Army Continuing Education System 4700 Mow-Way Road, Suite 502 Fort Sill, OK 73503 Phone: 580-595-9338 Fax: 580-595-9480 email@example.com
Office Hours 0730-1600 Monday - Friday
Congratulations to UIU Fort Sill 2015 Graduates
You can get information on any of the following majors from the UIU-Fort Sill Center. Some are available at the center and others are available as online courses. Many students blend their degree plan, by taking some face-to-face courses and some online courses. Check with your Academic Advisor for more details about any of these programs.
Please see the Current Class Schedule. The class schedule is relatively flexible to meet student needs. Classes normally meet twice a week, Monday/Wednesday and Tuesday/Thursday in the evenings, as well as Saturday during the day.
The Harry S Truman Army Education Center at Fort Sill provides a learning center where students are able to access computers and other online resources. Two local libraries are available in the area: Nye Library at 1640 Randolph Road, Fort Sill (phone: 580/442-2048), and Lawton Public Library at 110 SW 4th Street, Lawton (580/581-3450). Students have access to Smarthinking.com and general math and writing resources are available via the links below. Please contact the UIU Fort Sill Center at 580/595-9338 for more information.